Tourist Road: Leaving Kralendijk, Bonaire’s capital behind, the guided tour leads you to the tourist road along the North Coast. Take in the stunning views of the clear blue ocean and Klein Bonaire while following the curved road through the hills.
1000 Steps (Pass By): Drive by the dive site, “1000 Steps”, and enjoy the view towards the uninhabited island of Klein Bonaire. Though there are only 67 steps, it might feel like a thousand (especially for scuba divers carrying gear), which would explain the name.
Landhuis Karpata: Pass by Plantation Karpata, an important commercial center in the past, built after 1868. Besides raising goats for skins and meat, the plantation also produced aloe, charcoal and dyewood.
Goto Lake: Stop at Gotomeer, a saltwater lagoon connected to the ocean in the north of the island, also known as one of the best places to see flamingos. Riding around the lake offers beautiful scenery.
Rincon Village: We will take a break at Bonaire’s oldest village, Rincon. It is the cultural center of the island that is situated in an inland valley. Stretch your legs and hangout with the other riders while you cool down. You will have the opportunity to purchase some refreshments.
White Historical Huts: Drive further to the huts and stop to learn about their history. These tiny coral stone huts were built in 1850 and provided shelter for the those working in the salt pans.
Bonaire Salt Pyramids: Pass by one of the most notable features that greet arriving visitors to Bonaire, a distinctive line of white salt pyramids at the southeastern end of the island. Each pyramid, roughly 50-ft. high, contains approximately 10,000 metric tons of 99.6% pure salt.
Requirements & Restrictions: Riders minimum age – 25 years and must present a valid motorcycle license. Minimum age for passengers – 18 years. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back or neck injuries may not participate on this excursion. Appropriate attire must be worn, including long trousers or jeans and flat, closed-toe shoes. Shorts are not permitted.
What to Bring: Either MasterCard or Visa credit card for insurance formalities.
Good to Know: Helmets are mandatory to wear and guests must sign a collision damage waiver with a $1,000 deductible. A one-on-one safety and technical check will take place prior to embarking on your journey. The price of this tour is per bike for two guests. The choice of bike model is subject to availability.